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Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  service-management busines tivoli pulse partners ibm 1,565 Visits
Business Partners are invited to join IBM in Las Vegas, Nevada February 27 - March 2, 2011, for
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Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  tivoli integrated-service-manage... 2011 pulse management simulator ism service ibm 2,421 Visits
You are cordially invited to participate in the IBM Service Management Simulator Workshop (Cloud version) at Pulse on Sunday, February 27th from 12-3pm. The workshop is a hands-on simulation game which focuses on the challenges and business value of implementing Service Management best practices in the context of a realistic and exhilarating scenario. During the workshop, you'll use gaming dynamics to mirror the real-world interaction between IT and the business, from both a strategic and operational perspective. By attending the workshop, you will achieve an accelerated and breakthrough understanding of ITSM and ITIL best practices, a reinforcement of key concepts and information you can take back to your company to assess how ITIL best practices can contribute to your organization, and a better understanding of how the effectiveness of IT processes impacts the business.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  asset eam practices management maximo enterprise ibm ibmpulse awards 2011 best pulse 3,125 Visits
The Pulse Blog welcomes guest blogger, Rob Bloom, IBM Maximo Asset Management Marketing Manager, who gives an overview of the Enterprise Asset Management track kickoff.
Rebecca Wissinger 270001DD96 RJWISSIN@US.IBM.COM Tags:  ibm client_references tivoli_references pulse service_management customer_references tivoli 2,498 Visits
Hmm…what could be better than being at IBM Pulse 2011? Being an IBM customer at Pulse, that’s what!
Want to know why it’s smart to be an IBM customer? Well keep reading and you’ll discover just a few of the ways IBM is saying THANK YOU to our immensely valued, extraordinary customers at Pulse 2011.
Pulse VIP Speaker lounge: If you are one of the hundreds of speakers at the event make sure to visit the Speaker Lounge dedicated to our VIPs. After all of the walking you will have done, I bet you would be interested in plopping down in one of our comfy chairs dedicated for back and foot massages. All IBM client speakers are entitled to be pampered by our massage chairs in the Speaker lounge along with other complimentary amenities. While you’re there, indulge in some refreshments or just kick back and use your laptop. Trust me, it will be nice to relax and revitalize from the busy Vegas nightlife and morning sessions so make sure you take advantage of this opportunity. The VIP Speaker Lounge is in the Conference center, level 3, room 308 and is open from 10am –6pm, Monday – Wednesday.
Client Hospitality Lounge in the Pulse Expo: Two words: MARTINI BAR! Save your red tickets for another night (hint: red tickets are redeemable for beer and wine). Sunday night our IBM client references are welcome to hang out in the Client Hospitality Lounge and sip on a martini or two, so don’t cash in those precious red tickets and come...uh…”network” in the lounge.
If martinis are not your thing then we have something even cooler for you on Monday afternoon, come in the lounge and treat yourself to some ice cream bars and sodas …no excuses people, you will walk off all of the calories anyway. The lounge will also be stocked up with refreshments Tuesday so there will surely be something to get your taste buds excited.
If you are an IBM customer who isn’t a reference yet don’t fret, come fill out a quick form in the lounge and you will be all set to partake in the goodies. Not only will you be eligible for the martinis and ice cream, you will also get a cash voucher to spend in the IBM logo store, just for answering a few questions. The Client Hospitality Lounge is open during ALL Pulse Expo hours, so I hope to see you there!
IBM Client Connections: Ever wonder how other companies are using IBM offerings to achieve incredible business results? Why not ask one in person? Take advantage of the IBM Client Connections program by selecting a solution that interests you and then picking from a list of our lighthouse clients. An IBMer will arrange a 30 minute session for you and that client during the Pulse Conference and you can brainstorm, get advice and problem solve, or just hangout and network.
Videos/Case Studies/Press: Get your company’s success story out to the public on IBM’s dollar. Show others how your company is innovative or smarter using IBM solutions by signing up to participate in a video filmed at Pulse, a case study or even by talking to press or analyst. Videos will be promoted on YouTube, iTunes, IBM sites, Twitter, and many other outlets giving you free publicity without any effort on your part, and what can be better than that? Oh yeah, all of that plus a complimentary cash voucher to be used in the logo store.
A Tivoli Case Study writer will be on site to interview you in person, saving you the time and frustration of having to do it after the event. Case studies are yet another excellent way for you to get your IBM Tivoli success story to the public, as well as another easy way for you to get more cash for the IBM logo store!
Don’t have time to meet for an interview? If you are a speaker at Pulse you have the option of letting us use your recorded session to create your case study, and you will still get the cash for the logo store, it has never been so easy. Once our writer has drafted your case study you will have the chance to review and approve before it is published.
With all of the press and analysts that are attending Pulse there are many opportunities to speak to someone and if you’re interested we can make sure you are contacted directly for the opportunity.
Don’t be shy, be proud to be an IBM customer and reap the benefits of your VIP status!
Want more information on how to participate in any of these activities? Add a comment below with your question and we’ll hook you up with some info.
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Register for Pulse (it’s not too late!):
To learn more about IBM Client References click here: http://www.ibm.com/ibm/clientreference/us/en/
Read more about the Tivoli Customer Reference Program in this Tivoli Beat article: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/tivoli/beat/03132007.html
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  cloud ipad pulse ibmpulse tivoli ibm integrated-service-manage... 2,776 Visits
I heard that the folks presenting a Cloud demo at Pulse are running a contest to giveaway an iPad after the Pulse General Session on Tuesday. They would like Pulse attendees to try out the Cloud demo. However, you don't even have to take part in the demo to be eligible. Just bring a business card and drop it in their box near the demo. Here are the deets:
Play a part in the demo "Witness Cloud and Integrated Service Management IN ACTION." Then answer a few simple questions and you could walk away with an iPad!!!
If you are interested in Cloud, you also might add Session #2084 "Integrated Service Management Cloud Simulator Overview" to your agenda. Use the PulseSmartSite to add #2084 to your agenda.
By the way, like my new digs? I think I'm gonna like it here, so here's a big ole SHOUT OUT to my good friend Tiffany Winman for her work with Alison Olssen on building my shiny new bloggy home :)
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  ibmpulse ibmsoftware pulse2011 smarter-computing ibm 1,694 Visits
Yesterday, we kicked off the beginning activities of the IBM Pulse Conference, with the IBM Tivoli Business Partner Summit. We also began streaming live interviews directly from Pulse on the IBM Software Livestream channel. See some of the interviews below.
And note that we'll be livestreaming the Pulse keynote general starting around 8 am Pacific Time today. This session includes our keynote speaker, Dean Kamen!
Other Expo interviews include:
Stay tuned for more!
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB email@example.com Tags:  ibmsoftware pulse2011 smarter-computing ibmpulse ibm software pulse 2,933 Visits
We already know that the IBM Pulse Conference in Las Vegas highlights how IBM's expertise in analytics, systems management, sensors and security helps to bridge the physical and digital worlds and create new Smarter Planet infrastructures that are interconnected, instrumented, and intelligent. Technologies are being used to make grids, infrastructures, facilities and products more intelligent to save money, improve operations, manage risk, and better manage the use of natural resources. See the press kit that covers some of this material.
After the second and final Pulse general session today, I had a chance to grab a one-on-one interview with Scott Hebner, Vice President of Tivoli Marketing. I asked him a simple question that others have asked me while at the conference. Basically, the question went like this..."Wow, we learned so much in the general sessions the last two days. What are the key bullet points that summarize what I should take away from the Pulse general sessions?"
Here was his elevator summary response, based on my chicken scratch notes:
The IBM Smarter Computing strategy focuses on these three things:
1. Achieve business impact with visibility, control, and automation and the investment in technology to optimize smarter management infrastructures
Strategy without execution is hallucination--"Dr. Danny Sabbah"
IBM applies the strategy to client implementation with three key concepts:
1. Apply smarter technology to industry verticals such as banking, utilities, transportation, health care, education, government, retail
IBM will help clients optimize business outcomes by:
IBM provides a demonstration of how customers can make turn all this talk into a reality at the Pulse general session:
Embedded below you'll find Part 1 of the General Session Day 2. Here are the links for the Pulse 2011 general sessions and other video activities if you'd like to explore more live activity at the conference:
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  ibmpulse smarter-computing smarterplanet service-management ibmsoftware ibm pulse2011 pulse2012 software 2,882 Visits
Thanks to all the IBM Pulse conference attendees and staff for making Pulse 2011 another great year!
Save the date for the Pulse 2012 conference next year: March 4-7, 2012 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Below are some links to help you find Pulse content and share in ongoing conversations beyond the conference:
Below is a photo slideshow that Pulse attendees added to the Pulse Group on Flickr. Please share yours as well and add the pulse2011 tag.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  sxsw austin sxswi foursquare tx text mobile groupme texas pulse future watson ibm gowall 2,783 Visits
Yep, right on the heels of the most fantastic event in the world (This IS the Pulse blog, ok? We do play favorites here. ) comes SXSW where seemingly millions of
Anyway, I'm going to make my prediction about which
Everyone knows that all you have to do to get elected most popular is give away stuff everyone wants. In some circles you might call that earmarking. GroupMe calls it grilled cheese. Here's how it worked: GroupMe set up a mobile kitchen right outside the Austin Convention Center and gave away free grilled cheese sandwiches and soda to those who sported the GroupMe logo which consists of a pound sign + smiley face.
Here's the part where I quote CNN because I am too lazy (and queasy) to describe this social media toddler rising star in my own words:
"GroupMe, which lets users create “private social networks” with their friends over text messages" and "It’s the rage of SXSWi this year, which is saying something considering this place helped launch Twitter and Foursquare. Here’s the gist: Phones can send a single text message to several people, but you can’t “reply all” to those messages as you could on e-mail, Hecht said. Hence, GroupMe – and competitors like Beluga, kik and Fast Society – lets users create “groups” of friends and co-workers who they can chat with over text. Send a message to the group and all of its members get the text, either in the app, where it uses a phone's data plan, or as a standard SMS. " Get the whole CNN story.
And now you're wondering if I am sick because I indulged in the free sandwich. I did not. It's not that I am above accepting a free meal. But I live with two very small aliens who refuse to eat food unless it is made of cheese: cheese pizza, macaroni and cheese, grilled cheese . . . My palate has matured moved on from grilled cheese so I passed, went inside and paid $14 for a shaved turkey sandwich. So no, I am not featuring GroupMe in the Pulse blog because I am "drinking the koolaid" (which will now be referred to here as "eating the grilled cheese"). But I can totally see the value in GroupMe since I can barely text the one person who shares responsibility for my aliens to pick up a quart of milk without misspelling 80% of the words.
Let's check back next year to see how many of you are "eating the grilled cheese."
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  security pulse ibm kanye wonder enterprise cloud arcade to computing smarter austin fire city comes service limits virtualization management stevie coldplay west you asset 3,643 Visits
You might have heard the news today that the Austin City Limits Festival, one of the crown jewels of my hometown’s economy, announced the schedule for the three day September music festival. From Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Stevie Wonder to newer favorites Coldplay and Arcade Fire, ACL 2011 will offer the best of the best.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  pulse to compliance enterprise management event conference security pcty you ibm integrated austin service portal comes houston asset 3,834 Visits
Whether you’ve already taken a spin with IBM, or you’ve been sitting it out waiting for a better partner, take the next step in deepening your understanding of what Integrated Service Management means for a smarter business infrastructure. . . deep in the heart of Texas!
Pulse is coming to Houston on June 2 and Austin on June 9.
At these events, you will hear how integrated service management from IBM is the way to optimize your infrastructure and manage complexity and risk. It's the way to deliver new, innovative services and dramatically change the economics of service delivery. It's the way to build a smarter planet.
Ready? Here we go . . .
Step One: Register for Houston or Austin or both of these complimentary one-day events.
Step Two: Implement service management solutions and apply best practices suited to enable IT, Line of Business, and C-level roles deliver quality services, manage risk and compliance, optimize business investments and accelerate business growth. Steve Mills can explain how in more detail.
Here’s a brief sample of what you’ll learn about at Pulse Comes to You in Houston and Austin:
Want to learn more before the event? Check out client sessions from Pulse at pulse.vportal.net including:
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  user security tug pulse offer ibm cloud tivoli special integrated community management video austin virualization asset tuc pcty service 3,000 Visits
****Special Offer for User Groups! ****
The Pulse and User Group teams at Tivoli invite you to take advantage of an exclusive opportunity at your local Pulse Comes to You (PCTY) event. When your User Group members attend your local event, we'll reserve a VIP area dedicated for your networking, lunch and meeting space following the event. Or, you can choose a mini-booth to promote your user group and recruit new members. For more information, contact Hope Ruiz at email@example.com.
The following videos feature Tivoli User Group members who leveraged PCTY Austin as an opportunity to meet up.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  2012 center pulse management enterprise ibm security asset cities infrastructure industry smarter mobile data storage cloud 3,466 Visits
Hi everyone, I wanted to let you know that Pulse 2012 Call for Speakers will open next Monday on September 19. I wanted to give you a heads up to get your ideas flowing and submit your session proposal as soon as you're ready, which you can do at ibm.com/pulse
Also, mark your calendar for the live Q&A webcast on September 28 where you can ask the IBM subject matter experts anything you want to know about presenting at Pulse. Follow @IBMPulse for details about the webcast and other Pulse updates.
Here is a sneak peek at the Pulse 2012 includes the five major streams, and their respective tracks:
Cloud and Smarter Flexible Infrastructures
These sessions will explore keys to innovation with agility with a robust service delivery platform that includes change management, provisioning, monitoring, scheduling, virtualization, cloud computing and more.
Smarter Physical Infrastructure
These sessions will highlight industries where IBM Maximo Asset Management and TRIRIGA help increase asset lifespan, ROI/ROA, labor efficiency and supply chains, space planning, and project and portfolio management.
Security and Compliance
These sessions will address key security and compliance challenges and demonstrating how IBM security intelligence solutions can enable secure business amidst the emergence of cloud, mobility, social business, and big data.
These sessions will explore the expanding role of mobile technologies across the enterprise, and the vital role of visibility, control and automation in the deployment and adoption of new services.
Clients and Business Partners selected to deliver a Pulse education session may be eligible for a complimentary full conference pass valued at USD $1,995. After legal review of applicable laws, IBM will determine eligibility for a complimentary pass on an individual basis. Conference registration includes meals, education sessions, EXPO Solution Center, and networking events Sunday evening through Wednesday. Travel and living expenses are not included and will not be reimbursed. The complimentary pass for delivering an education session at Pulse is limited to one client or Business Partner per company per session. IBM will inform individuals of eligible status and provide any additional required documentation. IBMers are not eligible for a free pass to Pulse for presenting a session.
And here's a video I think you'll like if you are concerned about things we will address at Pulse.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  security pulse cloud cities building operations smarter rational eam data industry infrastructure compliance tivoli ibm mobility ibmpulse center 2 Comments 9,645 Visits
The descriptions of our streams and tracks are not yet posted on the website, but you can read about them here, then submit your proposal to any of the following tracks at
Then register for the LIVE #ibmpulse 2012 Webcast 9/28 where you can get all the details on speaking at Pulse, including whether or not you are eligible for a free pass!
Stream 1: Cloud and Smarter, Flexible Infrastructures
Businesses rely on their data center technologies to enable rapid innovation and the agility needed to respond quickly in today's highly competitive environment. Change management, provisioning, monitoring, scheduling and other key IT processes require a robust platform that can deliver services in a variety of ways, including virtualization, cloud computing and other delivery options. This stream will bring together clients, end users, systems integrators, IBM Business Partners and service management experts from across IBM to share best practices, roadmaps, real-world experiences, implementation examples and more.
Track 1: Service Delivery and Process Automation The ability to quickly transform a business requirement into a business service is fundamental to the success of today's organizations. This track focuses on how IBM Tivoli can help create an effective approach to managing service requests, incidents, change and configuration, and provisioning with an integrated set of IT service management solutions. Submit to this track
Track 2: Service Availability and Performance Management If you're in operations, you understand the pressure to ensure high service availability and performance. This track will illustrate how IBM solutions provide the visibility and control required to manage critical business services in dynamic conditions in ways that are cost-effective and seamless to clients. Presentations will emphasize best practices and implementations – highlighting the use of common integrations, such as navigation, workflows, visualization and reporting. Submit to this track
Track 3: Storage Management IBM offers an extraordinary range of systems, storage, software and services based on decades of innovation -- all designed to maximize and protect information, a critical business asset. This track will explore how storage management solutions can address this challenge through a wide range of presentations that include best practices, implementation stories and case studies. Submit to this track
Track 4: Collaborative Development and Operations This track covers collaborative development and operations across the lifecycle in the context of service management, focusing on the principles of ITIL and other IT process methodologies. Key topics will include organizational collaboration, application performance, automated deployment and cloud computing. Ideal for architects, developers, process, and operations managers this track will highlight success stories and panels from clients and industry experts on how organizations can accelerate the delivery of high quality applications and services. Submit to this track
Track 5: Cloud and New Models for Service Delivery
Cloud computing and new delivery models are transforming the client experience and the economics of service delivery. This track will explore how private and public clouds can be securely harnessed – whether you choose to build your own, leverage prepackaged solutions, or have cloud delivered as a service. Sessions will explore how clients can successfully secure, visualize, and ensure the performance of virtualized and hybrid environments.
Stream 2: Smarter Physical Infrastructures
This stream will highlight key topics such as Enterprise Asset Management, Integrated Workplace Management Smarter Buildings, and industry-specific challenges that span integrated physical and digital infrastructures. Topics will focus on managing asset lifespan, energy efficiency, space planning and real estate portfolio management.
Track 1: EAM Best Practices In this track we will discuss and highlight techniques, processes, activities, and or incentives deemed extremely effective in delivering world-class best practices at your organization. Sessions will highlight quantitative and qualitative ROI and Return on Asset (ROA) data such as equipment uptime, inventory carrying costs, labor utilization, regulatory compliance, and maintenance operations. Submit to this track
Track 2: EAM Implementation and Upgrades This track will feature customers sharing their implementation or upgrade stories from legacy versions to the latest release including planning, tools and tasks involved, post implementation/upgrade review, and the improvements they have leveraged in architecture, functionality, security, and scalability. Submit to this track
Track 3: EAM Extended Usage Sessions in this track are designed to showcase the value of Maximo and TRIRIGA through their functional add-ons. Areas of interest for Maximo may include mobile, scheduling, linear, spatial, asset configuration manager, service provider, service request manager, and HS&E. Areas of interest for TRIRIGA may include request central, workplace reservation manager, strategic facility planning, viewer, application builder, and mobile to name a few. Submit to this track
Track 4: EAM Technical Sessions These technical sessions are designed to be co-presented by an IBM subject matter expert and a client or group of users in a panel setting. Areas of interest may include: workflow, reporting, migration, monitoring, archiving, and integration. Clients submitting an abstract will be mapped with the appropriate subject matter expert. Submit to this track
Track 5: Maximo Utility Working Group (MUWG) IBM is pleased to announce that the Maximo Utility Working Group (MUWG) agenda will focus on electric, gas, water and wastewater presentations and incorporate the new Maximo Supply Chain Users Group presentations. Waves of change brought by deregulation, globalization and new regulatory requirements have brought new challenges. Share your story on how you are leveraging Maximo to address these issues and other key challenges at your plant. Submit to this track
Track 6: EAM Industry Case Studies In this track we would like to hear from a multitude of industries: Energy, Manufacturing, Transportation, Chemicals & Petroleum, Mining, Life Sciences, Telecom, Facilities, Finance, and Public Sector – including State, Local, and Federal Government users, to highlight how you have addressed your industry- specific challenges with TRIRIGA and IBM Maximo Asset Management, more specifically by using one of Maximo’s industry solutions. Submit to this track
Track 7: Smarter Buildings This track features IBM solutions for Smarter Buildings that allow building owners and managers to analyze and optimize real estate and facilities operations. IBM solutions for Smarter Buildings help customers create energy, operationally and space efficient buildings and helps them do so in a sustainable manner. Submit to this track
Track 8: Smarter Cities This track features IBM Smarter Cities solutions that allow customers to synchronize and analyze efforts among sectors and agencies as they happen, giving decision makers consolidated information that helps them anticipate—rather than just react to—problems so they can manage growth and development in a sustainable way. Submit to this track
Track 9: Integrated Workplace Management This track features solutions from TRIRIGA, an IBM company, that provide customers with advanced intelligence to help them make strategic decisions regarding space usage, evaluate alternative real estate initiatives, generate higher returns from capital projects, and assess environmental impact investments. Submit to this track
Stream 3: Security and Compliance
The boundaries of today’s business infrastructures are being extended and sometimes obliterated by the emergence of cloud, mobility, social business, big data and more. Where does your business ecosystem start and end? Whom do you trust and whom do you not? We’ll address these key security and compliance challenges in this track, demonstrating how IBM’s security intelligence solutions can become the enabler of a business without limits.
Track 1: Securing Emerging Technologies Embracing new technologies, such as virtualization, cloud, and mobile computing, is an important aspect of how organizations stay competitive. However, the same technologies that can accelerate efficiencies can also pose new security challenges. This track will highlight how IBM can help you stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape and at the same time leverage the innovations made possible by emerging technology. Submit to this track
Track 2: Securing the Infrastructure and Mitigating Threats A secure infrastructure is not a static infrastructure. Every day, organizations have to face new security challenges, and the most successful organizations will be the ones that can not only react to these new challenges, but also anticipate them. In this track, we’ll review some of the latest threat research and provide insights on how you can mitigate those threats, and optimize your infrastructure at the same time. Submit to this track
Track 3: Managing Compliance and Audit for a Secure Organization Regulatory and industry requirements—which are often disconnected or even contradictory—are increasing, making it difficult for enterprises to keep up without draining valuable resources. This track will focus on what it means to effectively manage compliance and audit in a world where the only constant, is constant change. Sessions will feature best practices and user experiences with designing, enforcing and monitoring security policies for users and their activities, information, systems and processes. Submit to this track
Stream 4: Leveraging Mobility
This track will explore how mobility is playing an increasing role across the enterprise. From standard voice and data services to business critical applications, mobility technologies are becoming critical to business operations. This stream will explore challenges around delivering and managing wireless mobility technologies, highlighting how visibility, control and automation play a vital role in the deployment and adoption of new services.
Track 1: Service Assurance for Communications Service Providers This stream will explore how effective network and service assurance enables control of the entire communication and content management infrastructure. It will discuss strategies and methods for gaining greater visibility into how key network and application elements impact service quality and delivery. Sessions will highlight best practices and client experiences across service quality management, event and performance management and other OSS/BSS functions. Submit to this track
Track 2: Cloud Service Providers Communications service providers (CSPs) around the world are looking for smarter ways of doing business. This track will explore the challenges around the deployment of a cloud services environment. It will feature customers who have expanded their portfolio of offerings to cloud and highlight how CSPs can quickly and cost-effectively create, manage and monetize public and private cloud services. Submit to this track
Track 3: Mobility and Endpoint Management This stream will explore how mobility is playing an increasing role across the enterprise – spanning the broad array of mobile devices, endpoints and networks that support enterprise mobility. From hot topics such as endpoint management and security and mobility technologies from Lotus, this track will cover how progressive companies are leveraging technology to enable companies to conduct business in entirely new ways. Submit to this track
Submit your proposal a line with any of the above tracks at http://bit.ly/oaAv2b
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  tivoli security maximo ibm collaboration storgage cloud mobility teclco ibmpulse infrastructure pulse 4,552 Visits
As the November 7 deadline to submit Pulse 2012 session proposals approaches, I realize some of you might be waiting for some spark of inspiration to submit your proposal. Here are FIVE reasons to take the stage at Pulse.
5. Raise your profile with a key audience of 7000 influential pros.
You have something to say and we want to listen.
4. Get in free!
Only one speaker per company, per session qualifies for the free speaker pass. We also need to make sure we are allowed to give you a free pass. More information here
3. Hang out VIP style!
Exclusive Client Speaker VIP lounge. Nuff said.
2. You've already done the hard part.
You already solved those nasty problems you worked so hard on. Just submit an abstract of 100 words or less by November 7 for consideration. It should align to one of our tracks. Like this but your own story:
1. Your leadership is in demand.
Pulse is the place where innovative leaders collaborate in an effort to optimize the world's infrastructure. Speak at Pulse and lead the way in solving some of today's most pressing challenges.